Search This Website

Wednesday, 10 August 2022

New disease spread from China after Corona: 35 cases of Langya virus found, know how dangerous

New disease spread from China after Corona: 35 cases of Langya virus found, know how dangerous

The lameness virus has infected dozens of people in China. Doctors warned about the new virus. This virus is spread from animals.

  • Another case of new virus came to light in China
  • Henipavirus or lameness virus spread in China
  • 3 out of 4 people with severe infection are likely to die   

The world is still fighting against Corona which came from China. Then another news has come from China, doctors have warned about the new virus. Dozens of people have been infected by this virus in China. The name of this virus is Langya or Henipavirus virus. This virus is spread from animals. According to Chinese media reports, 35 people have been infected so far in Shandong and Henan provinces. This is a serious virus. If an infected person becomes severe, three-quarters of those infected may die. That means 4 people will get infected, 3 people will die and the one who will survive will have to face serious problems.

No deaths have been reported from the virus so far, but

There is no news of any death yet. Almost all cases are mild. Patients have flu-like symptoms. The virus was detected in a sample taken from a throat swab. Doctors and researchers participating in this study say that it is possible that this virus has spread from animals. Infected people have symptoms of fatigue, cough and nausea. There is currently no vaccine or treatment for paralysis virus. However, care is currently the only treatment. The virus is transmitted by small mammals such as hedgehogs and moles.

The virus was first detected in 2019 

A study published about the virus last year revealed that it was detected in humans for the first time in 2019. This is the latest case this year. Chinese experts investigating the virus believe that its cases are sporadic in humans. He is still trying to figure out if it can spread from person to person. The study, led by the Beijing Institute of The Microbiology and Epidemiology, is bring out in the New England Journal of Medicine.

No comments:

Post a Comment